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When Will MySQL 4.1 be Compatible with Plesk

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by brandonp, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. brandonp

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    When will the Plesk software be compatible with MySQL 4.1 ?

    I currently use 4.0, which is nice. But I do need the features of 4.1.

    Is this going to be fixed in the next major upgrade? What is the status on the 4.1 compatibility issue?

    Anxiously waiting,

    Brandon Petersen
     
  2. Triloxigen

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    Did you fix MySQL4 yourself, of is it in a (new) plesk package?

    I want MySQL4 to, MySQL3 sucks :(
     
  3. bartje3

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    Hi,

    I need the possibilities of Mysql 4.1 too !

    When I hear to inofficial sources, we will have an update to Plesk 7.5.3 in mid-april, which will contain several bugfixes and Horde 3 - IMP 4.
    Mysql 4.1 is planned in the timeframe of may-june 2005, so that's the reason I deceided to upgrade to mysql 4 using ART's channel. As I said, this is not official, just "heard" it from somewhere... I guess this will be Plesk 8, which was planned for mid-2005.

    The official response from Plesk Support about Mysql-4 is:

    "We base our support on the components that come with the standard install of the operating system".

    Regards,

    Bart
     
  4. brandonp

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    ART's Yum Repository

    If you use 'yum' for package management, you can obtain the necessary support for MySQL 4.0 packages from:

    http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/m...ons&file=index&req=viewarticle&artid=8&page=1

    I'm using Fedora Core 1 on my server and have the following in my /etc/yum.conf

    Make sure you taken all the necessary precautionary measures before you attempt to install MySQL 4. Backup your databases.

    Brandon Petersen
     
  5. brandonp

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    Fortnately many of the recent Linux Distributions have started to include MySQL 4.1. This has probably got SWSoft working on supporting 4.1.

    So if you're source is right, May-June would be a very acceptable timeframe.

    Brandon Petersen
     
  6. eilko

    eilko Regular Pleskian

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    according to Plesk support Plesk 7.5.4 will support RHEL4 with has MySQL 4.1. Expected release May.
     
  7. Triloxigen

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    And as we al are IT'ers, we know it is 2 months later :D:D
     
  8. poke

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    That's the truth too..... At least until all the bugs are worked out...... I've been with swsoft since psa 6 and the upgrade process is just freakin scary.... Every time something breaks....... :(

    All you 1&1 guys are our beta testers :p



    -poke
     
  9. mikk

    mikk Basic Pleskian

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    So 7.5 is only on mysql4.0 is it?

    The latest patch for 7.1.7 on bsd is already on mysql4.1

    What's new in Plesk v.7.1.7 build 71050301.13
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    1. [*] Autoresponder sends attachments in MIME format.
    2. [*] MySQL version changed to 4.1.7 (security vulnerability fixed).


    So is plesk 7.5 a downstep at this time?
     
  10. CBiLL

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    No 7.5 is still on mysql 3.23 if I recall correclty and the php is at 4.3


    Bill
     
  11. poke

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    What's new in Plesk v.7.1.7 build 71050301.13
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    1. [*] Autoresponder sends attachments in MIME format.
    2. [*] MySQL version changed to 4.1.7 (security vulnerability fixed).
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    That really ticks me off!! An older version of PSA is supporting MySQL 4.*!!!!! Do all your work b/f you release your high cost software.

    I could have done without the VPN, fileserver, and CS module, get to work swsoft!! :mad: :mad: :mad:

    I'm gonna go kill someone now!

    -poke
     
  12. frozen

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    FreeBSD comes with 4.x because that is the MySQL 4.x is what FreeBSD normally would use even if it did not have Plesk.

    Redhat uses 3.x because Redhat provides only a 3.x RPM, with or without Plesk. If you need 4.x try a third party solution such as the ones mentioned above.

    Plesk does not make any of these operating systems, it is up to the Operating systems to have the proper software releases.

    Of course people have complained about this since the beginning, and probably always will. Personally I don't see what is hard to understand about who is releasing and supporting whichever software.
     
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